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Millbury Home Destroyed in Fire, Explosions; Chief Rushed To Hospital

MILLBURY (CBS) – Millbury’s fire chief was rushed to the hospital overnight during an explosion-fueled blaze that destroyed one home and damaged two others.

Firefighters were called to a burning house on Wheelock Avenue just after midnight and the fire jumped to three alarms. 471 more words

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University Looks To Make Transition To Treating Teens Becoming Adults Easier

KYW’s Medical Reports Sponsored By Independence Blue Cross

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — We have done a good job treating teenagers with chronic diseases.

In fact, over the past decades a growing number of young adults have moved into adulthood surviving some conditions that would have not allowed them to survive past the teens. 131 more words

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Hundreds Lose Power As Storms Roll Through Area

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Some people waking up in the dark Wednesday morning, as Tuesday night’s storms knocked out power throughout the area.

PECO’s online outage map is reporting a total of about 1,000 customers without service as of 6 a.m. 73 more words

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WBZ Cares: Community and Family Support Help Residents At Megan's House

BOSTON (CBS) – Each month, WBZ Cares highlights a worthy non-profit organization and tells the story of what that organization does for the community.

This month, WBZ Cares is profiling… 342 more words

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Wednesday's Child: 11-Year-Old Brauk & 10-Year-Old Blake

Brauk and Blake are fun-loving siblings of Caucasian descent. Brauk, eleven-years-old, is a pleasant and polite boy with a good sense of humor. He is the type of child who likes to know what’s going on around him and is very social. 364 more words

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NightSide - Should Illegals Be Allowed To Vote?

BOSTON (CBS) – It seems like a pretty ridiculous question on its face. But believe it or not, liberals in College Park, Maryland are pushing for people living in the United States illegally to be allowed to vote in municipal elections. 26 more words

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NightSide - More Guns, Less Crime

BOSTON (CBS) – John Lott is a strong advocate of the Second Amendment and president of the Crime Prevention Research Center. From July 2016 to July 2017, concealed handgun permits increased by almost two million, setting a record for the fourth year in a row. 85 more words

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